Biebel Brittanys - Kentucky American Brittany Breeders

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About Biebel Brittanys
We breed, raise and train high quality Brittanys from Nolan's Last Bullet, Microdot, Grand Junction Jake, Gamblers Ace in the Hole, and Hammerin Hank/Dandy blood lines. Our Brittanys have wonderful persaonalities, love to hunt, are natural retreivers, have long range noses and are very smart. They are easy to house train and make great family dogs as well as bird dogs. Our Brittanys are bred for long legs, short hair coats and are not aggressive. We have both orange & white and liver & white pups and dogs. Our Brittanys will hunt Huns, Grouse and Pheasants up close and will range out to cover ground when Quail or Chukar hunting. With long range noses they will find birds, lock up and point, are natural backers, will hunt dead, retreive to hand, andthen scoot to do it all over again and again! We love to hunt with our BiebelBrittanys. We have a sharptailed grouse and pheasant hunting camp in eastern MT, pheasant camps in North & South Dakota and Iowa, and a quail camp in KY. You and your new pup or dog can come join us! Harold Biebel.
Hunting Dog Breeds Raised
American Brittany
Additional Services
Hunting, Training, Stud Services, Boarding
Breeder Contact Info
Harold Biebel
PO Box 1498
Bowling Green, Kentucky 42102
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 23 years.
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Submitted by: Elizabeth in Atlanta on Sep 20, 2018
Hi Harold. This photo is the dog we got from you for young Gerry. The pup is 5 now. Goes with Gerry to work in an office downtown , and points quail and retrieves dove , duck , quail and pheasant ! Another brilliant Biebel Brittany! He does it all. Thanks again. Elizabeth.
Submitted by: Todd in Illinois on Sep 11, 2018

He has settled in nicely. He has picked up place training and all his house skills. He is a great running buddy ever morning. He and our lab are best friends. I had him out in the field yesterday doing some bird work and he did good.

We are getting the first round of cool weather, so all my dogs are full of energy and ready to chase birds.

Todd in Illinois
Submitted by: George T. on Sep 02, 2018
He has never messed up in the house the only thing he does is pull something of mine down lay on it till I get home! What a wonderful dog. Thanks. George.
Submitted by: John C. on Jul 28, 2018
John just how many pheasants did you kill? Or how meany of your friends helped you shoot all of them?! Harold.

Harold. Hope all is well. Funny story. I was on you tube watching some videos... and you were one of them!!!
Bane is doing great. Took him pheasant hunting for the first time this year. He Was amazing!!! He had a great season waterfowl and brought him out to pheasant just to get a run in. Found out hes a pointing lab. Lol. 🤷🏼‍♂️ Ill take it!!!!
Here are some pictures for you. Sorry i didnt send them earlier but thank god for you tube!! Lol.
Again hope all is well. Talk to you soon. John in America.
Submitted by: Browning in TN on Jul 17, 2018
Browning thanks for sending greetings and photos. Love Scout and the kids! Great summer family fun. Harold.

Hi Harold and Renee,

I hope yall are doing well!

We are really enjoying Scout! The boys adore her and we all have fun watching her run and play. Shes a great swimmer and loves to jump in the lake to escape some of this Alabama summer heat. She really is a fantastic family dog. She plays non stop with the boys and often sleeps in the bed with all of them. Thanks for such a great addition to the family.

Ive attached a few pictures of the Scout enjoying some lake time with the boys.

Warmest regards,
Browning in TN
Submitted by: Gail on Jul 05, 2018
Harold, Thank you so much for the photo and the beautiful puppy (Lilly). She seems to be doing fine, although I think she has her days and nights reversed right now. Thank goodness the trip home was uneventful. She rode in her crate most of the way with no accidents, car sickness, or barking. Most of her time in the crate was spent napping, as you can see by the picture. Gail.
Submitted by: Charlie on Jul 04, 2018
Hi Charlie. I look forward to photos of Timber. Thanks, Harold.

The pups are beautiful.. I'll send updated pics of Timber soon. He's really coming along as a hunter.
Submitted by: Johnny in KY on Jun 28, 2018

Haven't gotten an email or announcements from you since I got the pup. Are you doing ok?

The pup is growing like a weed and showing a lot of promise.

Hope to hear from you.

Elizabethtown KY
Submitted by: Tom in Cleveland on Jun 28, 2018
Hello Harold,

I don't know if you remember me, but I got Bailey from you in December 2016 I met you at the Brian and Lisa's.

I was reading the latest issue of Pointing Dog Journal which is all about puppies and I realized that I didn't send you any update on Bailey.

He is a great dog and I am a terrible shot. He is very Birdy and FAST. We hunted Michigan with my son about 6 times with many points and flushes.

Tom in Cleveland
Submitted by: Jeff in TN on Jun 27, 2018
I look forward to hearing from you more often so great news with you back on the grid. We are not quite ready for another pup yet, but I would like some advice on progressing Biebals Babbling Brook Moores training. Brook(call name)has been doing well with obedience, walking at heal, come at command and retrieving in the back yard. Her drive to chase and seek birds is insatiable. However with no real hunting or Pheasants she is not pointing as often and I feel needs some real hunting and pointing training. If you recall I live in Clarksville TN just about 1.5 hrs away. How do I promote proper pointing birds? Currently she is naturally seeking and flushing every tweety bird from the yard. She is a great 1 yr old dog, but how do I progress to the next step with no Pheasants in Middle TN? I am open to coming up back up to your house or being referred to somewhere elses local. Bottom line how do I progress from obedience to hunting dog with no local birds?
Thank you for any advice, Jeff

Good morning Jeff and thank you for the positive update on Brook. Good news is that Brooks prey drive, her desire to hunt birds, is genetically based. That is, her pedigree, that was chosen and built/added to by us, produces pups to dogs that will hunt, point, hunt dead and retrieve to you. And smart enough to learn any additional skills that you will take the time to teach her. This fall we can meet with training quail and introduce Brook to the real thing. You will be so proud of her genetically based performance. If I dont see you in Clarksville you could make a calendar note to call or email me in September. We will be in Iowa in November if you can join us.

Note: I am in Clarksville most Fridays. Maybe I could stop in with a couple of new tricks for Brook? Harold.
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